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Restored in 1992 followed by trip to Alaska and Arctic circle and return via California to Fulton, MO with only one flat tire. I bought the car two years
It has a 454 big block th400 trans tunnel ram and 18.5 mickey thompson tires.
I'm just a poor college student with a love for Model T's. About three years ago, I got to drive one, a '25 TT. Since then, I was hooked. Finally, in October
I built this Depot Hack from parts. The wood is oak with walnut trim. We have an '18 Roadster but with eight grandchilden there was just not enough room.
She has a 2.8 V/6 engine, 700R4 automatic transmission, 8.8 Ford rear end, new wish bone front end with disc brakes and shocks, new exhaust and tires.
She came out of California and moved to Arizona. I bought her and she now is in Michigan. She has a Texas T distributor ignition, Ruckstell rear end and
This is my 1924 Ford model T with the Period Tire carrier. The car is original, never restored although I did a little research and it had a top and seat
I found this car in High Falls, NY. It had been used in Poughkeepsie, NY to shuttle passengers from the train station to the resorts in the Catskills.
I don't know much about it. My dad bought it in the 1990's and the last time it was up and running was in 1999 or so.
Struggling to find everything Model T Ford in one place? I did, so I built this site as a reference tool for anyone interested in the old Tin Lizzie!